There has been huge speculation of Robert Lewandowski leaving Bayern Munich for Real Madrid in last few days, but it’s not all true. Calciomercato reports as per German sports magazine Kicker, “Bayern Munich have no intention of allowing Robert Lewandowski to leave the club during this summer’s transfer window, regardless of how much money is on offer.”
— kicker | Bundesliga (@kicker_bl_li) March 19, 2018
FC Bayern Munich officials have no intention of selling their star player as they have no replacement for him at the moment. However, Mundo Deportivo reports that Real Madrid already has an agreement with Lewandowski. To clear the air, Bavarian daily newspaper Merkur has also assured to its readers that Los Blancos president Florentino Perez has contacted Karl-Heinz Rummenigge to tell him that there has been no contact with the Polish striker or his agent.
It has temporarily given rest to Lewandowski move to Real Madrid rumors, but you can’t take anything granted in football. The huge transfer valuation has forced clubs to adapt to a new business model where they sell their high stocks players and bring in a potential replacement with lesser investment.
Bayern Munich also knows how it works in football. Although they have been able to retain their core players, It’s time to work with few new players as well. Bundesliga trophy no longer feels like a prize possession to them, they need to win Uefa Champions League.
The German publication adds, “We will have to see if the decision is maintained for the Lewandowski if a club puts on the table a mega offer that is clearly above €100 million.